Scout Notes

Maddison owners wait on injury as Son delivers again

Leicester City 2-1 Tottenham Hotspur

Goals: Harry Kane (£11.0m) | Ricardo Pereira (£6.0m), James Maddison (£7.1m)

Assists: Son Heung-min (£9.6m) | Hamza Choudhury (£4.5m)

Bonus Points: Maddison x3, Kane x2, Pereira x1

Leicester City emerged victorious over Tottenham Hotspur in a 2-1 win as Mauricio Pochettino’s side let yet another lead slip in the 2019/20 campaign. 

After a disappointing result mid-week against Olympiacos, the lunch-time kick-off at the King Power Stadium presented the perfect opportunity for Spurs to banish their demons and return to winning ways in domestic competition. 

Yet Brendan Rodgers galvanised the Foxes to come back from 1-0 down and secure an important victory in front of their home fans in the East Midlands. 

Maddison scored Leicester’s winning goal on Saturday afternoon

Ricardo Pereira (£6.0m) got the first of the Foxes’ fightback, drilling a shot past Paulo Gazzaniga (£4.4m).

But it was James Maddison (£7.1m) who stole the headlines with a fine strike from distance to secure all three points for Leicester as they rise to third in the table. 

Maddison’s credentials as a mid-priced midfielder with goalscoring threat are well documented after his exceptional debut Premier League season in which he scored seven goals and registered seven assists to record a total of 137 points. 

He has shown promise in recent weeks and finally delivered with his excellent Gameweek 6 goal combined with maximum bonus points.

Maddison was certainly due a goal, having already gone close twice against Spurs. He tested Gazzaniga with a curled effort from the edge of the box in the first-half, followed by a dazzling run, beating two defenders to then have his shot pushed wide of the near post shortly after.

His performance in the victory over Spurs once again underlined his potential value to managers looking for a differential midfielder (11.3% ownership), although they should tread easy for now.

Maddison owners will have to wait on his ankle injury over the next few days

Maddison picked up a potentially worrying ankle injury late in the game, triggering some concern after the full-time whistle. Leicester had used all their substitutes by this point so nobody was able to replace him. However, rather than come off and leave the Foxes with 10 men, Maddison elected to spend the final five minutes of the match standing virtually still inside the centre-circle. We will certainly need to pay close attention to Rodgers’ next press conference.

“I’ll go and see it now, there’s a little bit of worry but we’ll see.” – James Maddison

“He took a heavy knock on his ankle, so we will see how he is tomorrow.” – Brendan Rodgers

Both Jamie Vardy (£8.9m) and Maddison looked sharp throughout the lunch-time kick-off. The centre-forward was unable to build on his goal-tally of three so far this season, but the 31-year-old’s incisive, troubling runs into the final-third suggest this is still a player with the ability to excel under Brendan Rodgers in 2019/20.

The likes of Youri Tielemans (£6.4m) and Ayoze Perez (£6.1m) were also lively in the final third, with the Foxes continuing to apply pressure and test the Spurs’ backline in the second half.

This victory means Leicester have now lost just once in six Premier League games this season, and the plethora of exciting, attacking options provides managers with mid-price options moving forward.

Yet while this was a victory that underlined Leicester’s attacking credentials, it was an afternoon that served as a timely reminder as to just how fragile Spurs’ defence can be in the face of considerable pressure.

Spurs capitulated for the second time this week as they lost at Leicester

The mid-week capitulation against Olympiakos combined with letting a two-goal lead slip against rivals Arsenal serve as a concerning back-drop to this latest poor result.

Serge Aurier (£4.9m) did display his attacking prowess with a fine strike that was ruled out by VAR but Spurs simply do not look sturdy enough to justify investment in defence, although they were short Hugo Lloris (£5.5m) whose wife had just given birth.

Furthermore, there will be many that argue they were unfortunate to see their second goal ruled out given how marginal the offside call was, and the impact on the two sets of players was stark. While Spurs were dealt a blow of losing out on a goal, Leicester were spurred on as if they had found the net themselves.

“We need to say that when you get the benefit, it’s not getting the benefit, it’s fair or not fair, offside or not offside. I’m not going to talk. I’m only going to say that we all accept that system in the game and now I am not going to complain. I am going to accept that maybe if you are going to say it’s offside or wasn’t if it wasn’t clear, but I trust in the referees and if the referees say it was or wasn’t I’m not going to complain.” – Mauricio Pochettino

Kane’s finish against Leicester was a hugely impressive effort

Harry Kane (£11.0m) did open the scoring for Spurs with an exquisite improvised finish, after Son Heung-min (£9.6m) delicately laid off the ball for the striker.

It was a truly impressive finish as he was fouled by the defender but still kept enough composure as he fell to the ground to control the ball and crash it into Kasper Schmeichel‘s (£5.0m) net from the ground. 

Whilst premium strikers such as Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (£11.0m) and Sergio Aguero (£12.2m) have stolen the headlines with their rampant goalscoring streaks in recent weeks, Kane’s performance in the defeat to Leicester was a reminder to managers that the England captain is still able to provide goalscoring returns. 

It must be said that Kane was unfortunate not to come away with an assist on top of his goal. It was his pass that set up Aurier’s goal, ruled out for an offside against Son in the build-up.

But given the explosive performances that the likes of Aubameyang and Aguero have been consistently delivering, it is difficult for managers to select a forward such as Kane when he is not matching their goalscoring consistency.  

Son has delivered in both of his last two matches ahead of an appealing run of games

For Son, who built on his brace against Palace with an assist, this was a game that highlighted the South-Korean’s attacking abilities and a performance that rewarded those managers who brought in the forward for Gameweek 6. 

With games against Southampton, Brighton and Watford to come in their next three, Son is starting to display form that would warrant inclusion for managers, having recorded attacking returns in his last three Premier League appearances – the most of any Spurs player. 

This was a heavily disappointing defeat for Spurs, but the growing viability of Leicester’s attacking assets simply cannot go un-noticed for managers given their exceptional form under Rodgers in 2019/20. 

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Leicester City XI (4-1-4-1): Schmeichel; Chilwell, Söyüncü, Evans, R Pereira; Ndidi; H Barnes (D Gray 82′), Maddison, Tielemans (Choudhury 84′), Pérez (Praet 67′); Vardy.

Tottenham Hotspur XI (4-3-1-2): Gazzaniga; Rose, Vertonghen, Alderweireld, Aurier; Ndombele (Moura 86′), Winks, Sissoko (Wanyama 67′); Lamela (Eriksen 79′); Son, Kane.

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  1. fgdu
    • 5 Years
    22 days, 22 hours ago

    Rate my rage wildcard

    Pope
    Matip Lundstram Rico Kelly Otamendi
    Dilva KdB Mane Salah Cantwell
    Wilson Pukki Abraham

    1. TheDragon
      • 1 Year
      22 days, 22 hours ago

      Looks very rage based (ie based on this weeks points) - so not great

      1. fgdu
        • 5 Years
        22 days, 22 hours ago

        good thats what i thought

    2. KGFC
      • 3 Years
      22 days, 22 hours ago

      Go to bed and tommorow you'll see be able to see through what you've done...

    3. Team Cruel
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 4 Years
      22 days, 22 hours ago

      I'd WC that for sure

      1. fgdu
        • 5 Years
        22 days, 22 hours ago

        you mean you'd move to it or away from it

    4. SMEE_HEEE
      • 1 Year
      22 days, 22 hours ago

      7/10

      Not withstanding today's 8-0 madness, I think you need one of Kun or Sterling
      Dilva will have minutes managed
      Pick one of Mane or Salah not both with Liverpool's tricky matches

      1. fgdu
        • 5 Years
        22 days, 22 hours ago

        what I've noticed is that Dilva tracks Kuns large hauls. I probably can't afford Kun based on how the team is set up, and I am moving off Sterling as a punt. Look at GW3,4,6. Dilva also scores big in those weeks.

    5. fgdu
      • 5 Years
      22 days, 22 hours ago

      As reference the old team was:
      Pope
      TAA VVD Digne Rico Zouma
      Sterling Salah KdB Cantwell Dendo
      Pukki Abraham 4.5

  2. Orion
    • Fantasy Football Scout Member
    • 8 Years
    22 days, 22 hours ago

    Just noticed that all my starters, for next GW, bar Digne, have an away fixture...
    Is it worth to do Barnes to Tammy for a hit?

    1. Brosstan
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      22 days, 22 hours ago

      Nah not for a hit

  3. Stoichkov#8
    • 3 Years
    22 days, 22 hours ago

    Better combo:

    A) Son, Mane, Cantwell
    B) Mount, Salah, Maddison

    1. Here's Tom with the We…
      • 8 Years
      22 days, 22 hours ago

      A

    2. Orion
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 8 Years
      22 days, 22 hours ago

      A

    3. Brosstan
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 5 Years
      22 days, 22 hours ago

      B

    4. Whazza
      • Fantasy Football Scout Member
      • 7 Years
      22 days, 22 hours ago

      B

  4. TheDragon
    • 1 Year
    22 days, 22 hours ago

    Thoughts? Had a bad start but WC in tact and my team is starting not to suck

    1FT 1.5m ITB
    Ryan Button
    VVD, Digne, AWB Söyüncü, Lundstram
    Salah, Stirling, KDB, Mount, Cantwell
    Pukki, Jota, Greenwood

    Planning Jota -> Abraham this week
    Other moves I’d like to do:
    A) Digne/ AWB -> Otamendi
    B) VVD -> TAA
    C) Ryan -> Pope

    Any better ideas? Just do gradually or take a hit or 2 to accelerate?

    1. Would Ed Woodward
        22 days, 22 hours ago

        Good move of course, who are you starting in defence next week? VVD Soy and ?

        1. TheDragon
          • 1 Year
          22 days, 22 hours ago

          AWB I guess

          Unless I give Jota 1 more week given he has Watford at home bring Ota in (then I’d play him)

          I want to wait and see how Jota does
          Tomorrow and make sure Tammy doesn’t get injured.

          It’s v annoying Tammy is going up again tonight. I’ve got the money to wait but my team value is taking a hammering (only at 101.2 currently)

          1. Would Ed Woodward
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Yeah but I was surprised he didn't rise twice last week, Brighton don't seem to be a pushover defensively so will be interesting to see how Tammy does. I think I'm just gonna bring in Soy for either Coleman or Zinch this GW then focus on getting KdB the week after.

              1. TheDragon
                • 1 Year
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                Ye - small sample size but KDB seems to explode at home

                Trouble is if you wait he will probably go up 0.3 this week

                1. Would Ed Woodward
                    22 days, 22 hours ago

                    I'll hope for 0.2, it's that or -8.

          2. Trossard or not Trossard
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              A, C then B. All good moves though imo

          3. bench boost for every gamew…
            • 2 Years
            22 days, 22 hours ago

            I give up. Kun armband and wasted like 5 golden chances. People capped raz and gets vc plus many also getting lundstrqm bench points. Pukki and norwich should have scored at least twice. Newcastle should have scored. Feels like everything that could go wrong went wrong. And this is the fifth round it felt like this.

            1. TheDragon
              • 1 Year
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              At least that means you’ve had 1 good GW so far.

              It sucks but that’s FPL - over the season it’ll even out and it makes the good weeks sweeter

            2. Dakes.
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 2 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Was about to ask about the NOR boys. Cheers

            3. RFCSPACE
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 4 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              The Sterling to KDB VC and Lundstram autosub is a 26 point gain. For those that made the move to get Agüero in it really is a kick on the teeth.

            4. SMEE_HEEE
              • 1 Year
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              At HT it was looking so good!
              I can't remember seeing such a massive swing from a player being omitted
              Guy top of my ML is getting +17 from KdB (vc) and +12 from Lundstram

            5. Podge
              • 8 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              I know the feeling
              I sold Otamendi and benched Lund

          4. how now brown cow
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 5 Years
            22 days, 22 hours ago

            Any reason not to do digne to otamendi?

            1. TorresMagic™
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • Has Moderation Rights
              • 10 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              4 games + midweek games.

            2. TheDragon
              • 1 Year
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              I’d do it but there are reasons not to:

              - Everton fixtures are v good after city
              - Digne is more attacking
              - city defence looks dodgy (I know they don’t have to defend much)

            3. MTPockets
              • 10 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              nope, unless you think Digne will score/assist this week

            4. S.Kuqi
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 7 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Digne could outscore Ota next gw

            5. SMEE_HEEE
              • 1 Year
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              I'm going to bench Digne and do 2 transfers week after
              I think doing transfers in pairs is more powerful

              I can't think who I would bring in, Maybe Toby from Spurs, or Perry from Leicester but not that convinced by either defence

          5. Mike132
            • 10 Years
            22 days, 22 hours ago

            Ryan
            TAA Matip Digne Zinchenko
            Salah Sterling KDB Mount*
            Abraham Pukki

            Subs: Button Lundstram Greenwood Dendoncker

            A) Zinchenko -> Otamendi
            B) Zinchenko -> Aurier & Dendoncker -> Cantwell next week

            Thanks

          6. Danstoke82
            • 5 Years
            22 days, 22 hours ago

            Evening all
            These moves, yay or nay? Feel I need Auba for his fixtures but not prepared to drop Aguero for him;

            Sterling + James + Barnes + Digne > KDB + Hayden + Aubameyang + Mings -8.

            Bringing in Auba will allow me a front 3 of Aguero, Auba and Tammy with Salah and KDB premium midfielders plus VVD as premium defender.

          7. Team Cruel
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 4 Years
            22 days, 22 hours ago

            Really disappointed in Pope this season. Just one bap so far. He used to be dead certain for max baps every time he got a CS back in the days

            1. TorresMagic™
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • Has Moderation Rights
              • 10 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Those days were 0-0

            2. Rainer
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 3 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Wood in the BAPs ruined it for Pope.

            3. Brosstan
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 5 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Im happy Pieters snuck one

            4. SMEE_HEEE
              • 1 Year
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              he's been the best value keeper, third highest scorer and only 4.6 (or 4.5 is you bought early)
              happy with him

            5. BobbyDoesNotLook
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 2 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              You are not happy for cs from 4.5 keeper?

          8. Karan14
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 3 Years
            22 days, 22 hours ago

            Pope
            TAA - VVD - AWB
            Mane - Sterling - KDB - Mount - Cantwell
            Pukki - Barnes

            (4.0 Digne Lund Wickham)
            2 FTs & 1.0m

            A) Digne & Barnes to Soyuncu/Otamendi & Abraham
            B) Digne, Mane, Barnes & Wickham to Soyuncu, Son, Abraham & Wilson (-8)
            C) Anything else?

            1. Ajax Hamsterdam
              • 5 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              A otamendi

            2. TorresMagic™
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • Has Moderation Rights
              • 10 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Similar team except Barnes vs Aguero and cheap defence to your expensive one.
              If you really want Abraham tonight with the option of B then you know the choice.
              Rather take the 0.1 for more info.

              1. Karan14
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 3 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                Not making any moves tonight I can afford both later also.
                Just not sure if I should move to 343 or stick to this.
                Son looking like a differential that's why I'm tempted by the -8.

            3. Dakes.
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 2 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              No way lose Mane. A from those. I’m struggling over whether to lose Digne and Barnes as I also have Zinchenko to sort out.

          9. Dakes.
            • Fantasy Football Scout Member
            • 2 Years
            22 days, 22 hours ago

            I need another midfield slot and about 6m extra budget.

            Want Maddison as a differential but don’t want to ditch Salah Sterling KDB Mount Cantwell (yet). Son, too!

            1. The 12th Man
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 6 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Maddison,Aguero instead of Sterling, Barnes/Haller has crossed my mind.
              Then Auba and Kane become easy options to bring in.

            2. Karan14
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 3 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Yup stuck in a very similar situation.
              Although I think Cantwell can't maintain his output long term and Norwich aren't the same attacking force away as they are at home.
              So Cantwell upgrade to Maddison is possible around GW9.

              Basically 352 vs 343
              Maddison vs 3rd striker

          10. Jet5605
            • 5 Years
            22 days, 22 hours ago

            Hey guys 1 FT and 2.5 ITB. Which is my priority transfer?

            A Barnes > Wilson
            B Barnes > Abraham
            C Zinch > Otamendi
            D Other?

            Pope
            AWB / Digne / Zinch
            Salah / KDB / Mount / Cantwell
            Pukki / Aguero / Barnes

            Heaton / Lund / Rico / Dendonck

          11. AC Yew
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              On FT would you rather bring in Lundstram or Soyuncu?

              1. Pukki Blinders
                • 7 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                Lund

            • Ajax Hamsterdam
              • 5 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              What to do ?

              Ryan (button)
              Taa otamendi mings (lowton lundstram)
              Salah kdb james mcginn (cantwell)
              Aguero vardy pukki

              2ft o itb

              Not a clue what to do

              Thanks

            • Pukki Blinders
              • 7 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Guys on a serious note what are the chances of Kelly playing tomorrow. Those Lundstram points look so tasty !!

              1. TorresMagic™
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • Has Moderation Rights
                • 10 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                High if they care.

              2. Gudjohnsen
                • 2 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                50/50

            • TGNC
              • 5 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Repost,

              2 FT. 0.1m ITB.

              Heaton (Button)
              TAA Robbo Digne Lowton (Rico)
              Sterling Salah KDB Cantwell (4.5)
              Haller C.Wilson (Greenwood)

              Considering a WC to bring in the likes of Aguero/Auba & reshuffle defence + gk (but could maybe be done with a -4..). Any help appreciated

              1. Ajax Hamsterdam
                • 5 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                Wouldn't wc this

                1. liverpool01
                  • 1 Year
                  22 days, 22 hours ago

                  Yep team looks good, i wouldn't wildcard that team

            • BAMBAA
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 2 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Get Tammy tonight or pay 0.1 for games to be played first?

              1. Brosstan
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 5 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                im paying .1 for the information

                1. BAMBAA
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 2 Years
                  22 days, 22 hours ago

                  Thanks, I think I will do the same.

              2. sminkypinky
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 8 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                I’m just gonna wait

            • PAL
              • 4 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              I have 2FT but kinda wanna use my WC.

              Heaton Woodman
              Robertson van Dijk Otamendi Zinchenko Lundstram
              Salah Sterling Pepe Cantwell Dendoncker
              Vardy Wesley Greenwood

              Time to pull the trigger?

              1. Kip
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 5 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                Yes

              2. Ajax Hamsterdam
                • 5 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                Pepe to son

                1. Here's Tom with the We…
                  • 8 Years
                  22 days, 22 hours ago

                  Can you do Pepe Wesley Zinc to Son Tammy and Soy?

            • RFCSPACE
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 4 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Biggest mistake on WC was getting Coleman in to cover losing Digne. Turns out coverage is absolutely not necessary for Everton.

              On the plus side, rank gone from 1.7m to 300k this week with 72 points so far. For anyone not feeling great about their rank, it's still quite close and it's early days.

              1. Grievez
                • 8 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                I started with Siggy and Digne. Quickly got rid of both, Everton are way below average

            • Henning
              • 5 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Digne and Greenwood out for Otamendi and Abraham?

              1. Ajax Hamsterdam
                • 5 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                Yes

            • sminkypinky
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 8 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Best Digne replacement for 5.3?

              Have TAA, Ota, Montoya, Lundy. Aurier too risky? That max 5.3 enables Tammy

              1. Kip
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 5 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                Probably Soyuncu

                Aurier if you dont mind taking a risk

              2. DAZZ
                • 5 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                Surely Soyuncu?

                1. sminkypinky
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 8 Years
                  22 days, 22 hours ago

                  Cheers both

              3. JohnRoss
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 9 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                Lowton or Soyuncu

                1. sminkypinky
                  • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                  • 8 Years
                  22 days, 22 hours ago

                  Soy has mostly decent fixs. Him then I guess

            • Tomerick
              • 5 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Anyone else considering Aurier? Could have so easily been the hero again this week.

              1. Ajax Hamsterdam
                • 5 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                Is he nailed ?

              2. Coaly
                • 6 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                Spurs are in meltdown

            • Pras Scott Talent
              • 7 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Loving all the Sterling sellers. Go on people.. of course Sterling won’t play again and won’t score again all season.

              1. TheDragon
                • 1 Year
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                Madness isn’t it 🙂

              2. Whatever100
                • 2 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                Sterling is expensive though and rotation risk and when you have players like Son available for less it isn’t surprising. Plus need Kun so need to find some way to finance.

                Saying all that, I may keep him!

                1. n14mul
                  • 2 Years
                  22 days, 22 hours ago

                  Snap

                  1. Whatever100
                    • 2 Years
                    22 days, 22 hours ago

                    Lol

                    1. n14mul
                      • 2 Years
                      22 days, 22 hours ago

                      I was thinking of sterling out and Son in with a few other transfers to try and get vardy in before today's game.

                      Leicester fixtures are too good to ignore

              3. n14mul
                • 2 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                I think it's more the fact you can't trust pep. Having a 12m player Who is not guaranteed when he plays is heart breaking....hence I am thinking of maybe son and using the money for vardy

                1. Pras Scott Talent
                  • 7 Years
                  22 days, 22 hours ago

                  He will score 250+ points in season.. who cares if he misses the odd game - especially when he rarely comes on for cameos

              4. Brosstan
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 5 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                You think Sterling will walk right back into an attack that scored 8 without him? lol

                1. Pras Scott Talent
                  • 7 Years
                  22 days, 22 hours ago

                  You think he will be dropped? Lol at your lol

                  1. Here's Tom with the We…
                    • 8 Years
                    22 days, 22 hours ago

                    He will start next week. Think I might even captain him

                    1. Pras Scott Talent
                      • 7 Years
                      22 days, 22 hours ago

                      Same

            • Brosstan
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 5 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              BAPs added

            • Dacra
              • 5 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Digne, Matip, Greenwood to Rico, Soyuncu, Abraham for - 4??

              Switch to 343 needed I reckon. Other defenders TAA, Otamendi, Lundstram.

            • DAZZ
              • 5 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              58 from 4 players today, KDB (VC) Lundstram, Montoya, Pope. Crazy

              Then 7 from 5, Sterling (c) Pukki, Cantwell, Digne, Barnes

            • JohnRoss
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 9 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Likelihood of James getting minutes you think? 65%?

              1. TheDragon
                • 1 Year
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                95%

              2. Rainer
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 3 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                Higher.

                Surely Ole doesn't bring him down if he's not right. United are short in his position and shouldn't be 'safe' so I'd expect minutes.

              3. JohnRoss
                • Fantasy Football Scout Member
                • 9 Years
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                Ok thanks gents.

                1. Here's Tom with the We…
                  • 8 Years
                  22 days, 22 hours ago

                  100% he starts

            • Coaly
              • 6 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Who would you rather have next GW, based on what we know as of today?

              a) VVD (shu)
              b) Haller (bou)

              1. Sid1891
                • 1 Year
                22 days, 22 hours ago

                A

            • Rash
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 2 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              With Chelsea's great fixtures think I need to jump on the mount and tammy train. Also everton defence is a nightmare..

              Digne mina Dilva greenwood - out

              Otamendi Söy mount tammy - in

              -8

              Pope
              Trent otamendi Söy
              Salah sterling KDB mount
              Barnes pukki tammy

              Button cantwell lundy montoya

              WC available

            • el polako
              • Fantasy Football Scout Member
              • 2 Years
              22 days, 22 hours ago

              Its so hard not to rage WC when you having shite day...